End Point Security

Strengthening organizations against cyber threats with
advanced endpoint security measures.

Compromise Assessment

Comprehensive compromise assessments for proactive
detection and mitigation of security breaches.

Identity And Access Management

Enabling secure user access and data protection through
Identity and Access Management consulting.

Secure Infrastructure Deployment

Empowering organizations with secure infrastructure
design and deployment for robust data integrity.

Ransomware Readiness

Assessing and fortifying ransomware readiness to
minimize threats and enhance recovery strategies.

Purple Team Assessment

Fostering collaborative cybersecurity excellence
through defensive strategies and vulnerability identification.

Enterprise Incident Response

Minimizing damage and ensuring swift recovery with
strategic incident response consulting for enterprises.

Disaster Recovery as a service

Ensuring uninterrupted operations through proactive
disaster recovery consulting for businesses.

Data Migration

Seamless and secure data migration consulting for
efficient transitions with minimal disruption.

Data Recovery

Expert data recovery consulting for swift retrieval of
valuable information and minimal business disruption.

SOC Maturity Assessment

Enhancing cybersecurity readiness through comprehensive
SOC assessment consulting.

Digital Forensics Investigation

We specialize in uncovering, preserving, and securing digital evidence for aiding in cybercrime resolution.

IT Risk Management

Thorough IT Risk Management Assessment
for Nurturing Business Resilience

CCSS Compliance Audit

Assure regulatory alignment, fostering
market legitimacy and investor trust

ISO 22301 Compliance Audit

Advancing the Contemporary Business
Continuity Management process

ISO 27001 Compliance Auditing

Nurturing Maturity Across People,
Processes, and Technology

Cloud Adoption Framework

IT offers a structured plan for organizations to efficiently manage their cloud migration and usage strategies.

GDPR Compliance Audit

Ensures data privacy compliance, mitigates
risks, and enhance customer trust

PCI DSS Compliance Audit

Strengthen payment security, safeguarding
sensitive data & fosters customer confidence

HIPPA Compliance Consulting

Protect the security of healthcare information,
legal compliance, and fosters patient trust.

HITRUST Compliance Consulting

Improve healthcare cybersecurity, streamlines
risk management & boosts credibility

Virtual Data Protection Officer

Remote professional who provides expertise in data protection and compliance.

FINRA Compliance

Reinforces the integrity of financial services,
compliance & nurtures trust among investors.

Fair Risk Assessment

Quantify decision-making with FAIR framework
to assess and manage information risks.

CCPA Compliance Audit

Ensure transparent data handling, respects
consumer rights, and fortify data-driven trust

SOC2 Compliance Audit & Report

Validates operational quality, builds customer
trust & demonstrates dedication to data security

ISO 27701 Compliance Audit

Assesses an organization's adherence to the privacy information management standard.

Industries WeServe

Secure Source Code Review

We identify source code vulnerabilities, ensuring strong defense against critical attacks.

Spear Phishing Simulations

We check the awareness of the people
towards enterprise cyber security policies

Infrastructure Pentesting

Maturing organizational resilience by evaluating the security posture of IT infrastructure.

Mobile Application Pentesting

Strengthens mobile app security by addressing vulnerabilities and ensuring robust protection .

DevSecOps Solutions

Strengthening software development through security-focused testing in DevSecOps.

IOT Security Assessment

Strengthens IoT systems by vulnerability analysis & ensuring defense with hardcore pentesting

Red Team Operations Services

Simulating real-world APT attacks to evaluate an organization's security readiness .

Cloud Pentesting And Security

Ensuring the robustness of cloud infrastructure by pentesting and defending the cloud .

Web Application Pentesting

Detecting issues across various programming languages, frontend & backend environments

Blockchain Penetration Testing

Evaluating blockchain security via vulnerability testing to prevent potential breaches.

Web API Pentesting

Validate API design ,configuration and implementation according to security policies.

ICS SCADA Pentesting

We safeguards industrial control systems by identifying and fixing vulnerabilities 

Security Configuration Review

In-depth inspection of enterprise devices or applications to identify configuration weaknesses .

Thick client Security Assessment

Conducting security assessment of local and server-side processing and communication protocols

Web3 Penetration Testing

Securing Web3 by probing and addressing vulnerabilities in decentralized apps and protocols.
corporate services

Enterprise Incident Response solutions

Intelligence Driven Cyber Security Operations

Enterprise Incident Response

Incident response refers to the comprehensive process of addressing data breaches or cyberattacks, with the primary objective being the organization’s containment and control of the incident’s repercussions. The ultimate aim is to effectively manage incidents, thereby minimizing harm to systems and data, reducing recovery time and cost, and safeguarding the organization’s brand reputation.

To achieve this, organizations must establish a well-defined incident response plan, outlining the criteria for identifying a security incident and presenting a clear and straightforward process for teams to follow when dealing with such occurrences.

Furthermore, it is crucial for organizations to assign a dedicated team member or leader responsible for overseeing the entire incident response initiative and ensuring the successful execution of the plan. In larger organizations, this specialized team is typically known as the Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT).


The importance of incident response plans is evident, yet a surprisingly large majority of organizations either lack one or possess an underdeveloped plan.

According to a survey, 75 percent of respondents admitted to not having a formal incident response plan consistently applied across their organization, with nearly half stating that their plan is either informal or nonexistent. Even among those with incident response plans, only 25 percent consider their initiatives to be “mature.”

These statistics are worrisome, particularly when considering that 35 percent of organizations report an increase in the time it takes to resolve cyber incidents, and 75 percent experience a rise in the severity of attacks they encounter.

The correlation between these statements is evident in the realm of cybersecurity, where speed plays a critical role in minimizing damage. The longer attackers can remain inside a target’s network, the more they can pilfer and disrupt. An effective incident response plan can limit the time attackers have by ensuring that responders comprehend the necessary steps and possess the required tools and authority to act promptly.

Incident Response Plan

An incident response plan is a comprehensive document outlining security procedures to be followed in the event of an incident, as well as identifying those responsible for incident response. Typically, an incident response plan includes the following key elements:

  • Incident response methods and strategies.
  • How incident response aligns with and supports the broader mission of the organization.
  • Specific activities and actions required for each stage of incident response.
  • Roles and responsibilities assigned to individuals for carrying out incident response activities.
  • Communication channels established between the incident response team and the rest of the organization.
  • Metrics and criteria used to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of incident response efforts.

The benefits of an incident response plan extend beyond the resolution of a cybersecurity incident. The plan continues to provide support for legal purposes, serving as documentation to be submitted to auditors. Moreover, it offers a valuable historical reference that can enhance responses to similar incidents in the future.

Our approach to enterprise incident response

Initial Meeting
Initial Meeting

Initial Meeting

We will formulate an agreement outlining responsibilities and procedures between both parties. It defines roles, communication protocols, and response timeframes, ensuring coordinated and efficient incident resolution. 

Intitial Detection and Analysis
Intitial Detection and Analysis

Initial Detection and Analysis

As soon as the incident is detected in managed SIEM our team will start working on the IOC. Our Analysts review alerts, identify indicators of compromise (IoC), and use them to triage the threat. Our team will often perform additional testing, reviewing related alerts and ruling out false positives to get a complete picture of suspicious events.

Incident Prioritization
Incident Prioritization

Incident Prioritization

Our response team will understand the impact of security incidents on the organization’s business activity and valuable assets. 



Our incident responder notifies the appropriate people within the organization. In case of a confirmed breach, organizations typically notify external parties, such as customers, business partners, regulators, law enforcement agencies, or the public. The decision to notify external parties is usually left to senior management.

Containment and Forensics
Containment and Forensics

Containment and Forensics

Our Incident responders act promptly to halt the incident and safeguard the environment against reinfection. Additionally, they gather forensic evidence, as required, for subsequent investigations or potential legal actions.



Our Incident responders first eliminate malware from the impacted systems, followed by rebuilding and restoring the systems from backup to bring them back to their normal functioning state. Additionally, they apply necessary patches to enhance security and prevent future incidents.

Incident Review
Incident Review

Incident Review

In order to prevent the recurrence of incidents and enhance future responses, the response team conducts a thorough review of the events leading to the detection of the recent incident. They analyze successful aspects of the incident response, identify opportunities to enhance systems (including tools, processes, and staff training), and propose remedies for any vulnerabilities found.

Our CSIRT Team Structure

The incident response team consist the following key roles:

  • Incident Response Manager (Team Leader): Coordinates team actions and ensures a focus on minimizing damages and swift recovery. Prioritizes actions during incident isolation, analysis, and containment, providing guidance during high-severity incidents.
  • Security Analysts: Assists the manager, working across departments to identify and rectify security flaws in systems, solutions, and applications. Recommends measures to enhance overall security.
  • Lead Investigator: Isolates the root cause, analyzes evidence, manages other security analysts, and facilitates rapid system and service recovery.
  • Threat Researchers: Provide incident context and threat intelligence, creating a database of internal intelligence using information from previous incidents. Automated threat intelligence tools may complement their role.
  • Communications Lead: Communicates with internal and external stakeholders, including management, legal, press, customers, and other relevant parties.
  • Documentation and Timeline Lead: Documents the team’s investigation, discovery, and recovery efforts, creating incident timelines for each stage. Advanced Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems can automate this process.
  • HR/Legal Representation: Provides guidance in cases where incidents may escalate to criminal charges, ensuring compliance with legal requirements and protecting the organization’s interests.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Enterprise Incident Response, and why is it essential for organizations?
Enterprise Incident Response is a structured approach to addressing and managing cybersecurity incidents. It is crucial for organizations to minimize the impact of security breaches, protect sensitive data, and ensure business continuity.

What types of cybersecurity incidents does Enterprise Incident Response cover?
Enterprise Incident Response covers various cybersecurity incidents, including data breaches, malware infections, phishing attacks, insider threats, denial-of-service attacks, and other security breaches.
How does Enterprise Incident Response help organizations detect security incidents?
Enterprise Incident Response uses advanced detection techniques, such as real-time monitoring, threat intelligence, and anomaly detection, to identify security incidents promptly.
What is the typical process of incident response in an organization?
The typical incident response process includes preparation, identification, containment, eradication, recovery, and lessons learned. Each phase plays a critical role in responding to and recovering from security incidents.
What is the importance of post-incident reviews and lessons learned sessions in incident response?
Post-incident reviews and lessons learned sessions provide an opportunity to analyze the incident response process, identify areas for improvement, and enhance the organization’s ability to prevent future incidents.
How can organizations ensure that their incident response capabilities remain up-to-date in the face of evolving cyber threats?
Organizations can stay up-to-date by continuously monitoring emerging threats, conducting regular incident response assessments, and adapting their incident response strategies and technologies to address evolving threats effectively.